• Spicy Lentil Soup! V+GF

    November 20, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    Our of all the beans and peas lentils is definitely my favorite hands down. Growing up, my mum used to cook this for us at least once a week. Made with a combo of vegetables, and cooked down until nice and thick. I always stole a bowl before anyone else got to it. And once there was leftovers I always added some water and made soup.

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  • Pesto Chicken Meatballs

    November 16, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    I must say, out of all the plants and herbs we grow, basil has to be the easiest and the one that grows the most. It feels like almost every week there’s tons of basil on the counter and there’s just so much basil you can eat in one week. So what’s a girl to do?!?!? Make Pesto!!!

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  • Gluten Free & Dairy Free Pesto

    Gluten Free & Dairy Free Pesto

    November 16, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    One of my favorite herbs is definitely basil. When we’re choosing what herbs we’re growing for the month, it’s always at the top of my list. The only thing with basil is that we end up with way more than we can use. So what to do with all the extra basil we have? We make a big batch of Gluten Free & Dairy Free Pesto!

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  • gluten free pumpkin walnut spiced loaf

    Vegan Pumpkin Walnut Spiced Loaf

    October 31, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    It may not be fall in the Caribbean, but I love fall flavors. There’s just something about the combo of pumpkin, cinnamon, apple and spice that call to me on a bakers level. They pair together so perfectly that I just can’t help but find ways of using them in my baking creations. That’s how I came up with this delicious pumpkin loaf.

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  • Easy GF Chocolate Cupcakes

    October 29, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    It’s National Chocolate Day and although I shouldn’t have cake, let’s just say I’ll use any excuse to cheat. Especially on chocolate!!!

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  • Crazy for CooCoo

    October 6, 2017 offthewheatenpathtt

    One of those dishes that has fond memories for me is CooCoo, Callalloo and Stewed Fish. Growing up with my grandmother, this was something that we ate at least once a week without fail. There’s just something about the creaminess of the corn, with the ochroes drowned in calalloo and topped with a piece of king fish that has been fired and stewed down in tomatoes and onions. Sighhhhh…..oh the memories.

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